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putting a smile on the faces of people across the bay area, the big event that's drawing hundreds of people to solerno county right now, while saving them thousands of dollars. >> a break-in the way with more tonight. i'll have details on the timeline coming up. likes on facebook, a social media giant is helping the police department fight crime. kutv channel 2 news starts now. welcome to mornings on 2, it's saturday april 26th.
i'm claudine wong. >> good morning, i'm mike mibach. let's check in with rose mayor youry. good morning to you. starting out with a glorious rise with the sunrise. enjoy the sunshine because the clouds will be thickening up. we have rain coming back our way as early as tonight. let's take a look at some of the rainfall totals, a brief moment other in what we saw in the last 24 hours. areas like napa taking 8/tenth and concord 7/10ths, half an inch over the santa cruz mountains, and good rain fell yesterday and more to come. for today at least the here and now we're going to be dry and cool. that's the fact and story at this hour. take a look at these numbers, 37 in santa rosa, 41 in napa and temperatures 10 to 15 degrees colder than yesterday. if you have an early morning
soccer or baseball game check out doors, it could be chilly with what that sunshine yesterday. for the afternoon we're looking for increasing clouds and it will remain on the cool side. mid-60s in concord, 65 in fairfield, 66 in antioch, as we get no the evening hours we'll see rain, if you have evening plans, this to consider. i'll time it out for you. the next storm coming our way will bleed into sunday morning. more on that coming up in just a bit. happening now people are getting free dental work at the fairgrounds from this morning. kelly is live for us at the free event where more than 2,000 peel are expected. >> reporter: 900 people came through yesterday and another 1,000 are expected to come through here to get free dental care. i'll show you a video, and what it looks like inside there. it's active, they got started about a half-hour ago.
there are several rose of work they're doing. they're doing teeth cleaning and fillings, a there is blue curtains, they're doing tooth extractions and minor oral surgery. this event is organized every year. it takes close to 2,000 volunteers to make this happened. 400 dentists are volunteering their time and dental hygienistance other volunteers are part of this effort. the reason there's a demand for these services dental care is expensive. if you have insurance a lot of insurance doesn't cover dental work. one of the dentists say it's part of the reason so many people are coming in now, to get care. >> we've had no adult dental except for a small number of things like extractions. what we're doing today is treating things that could have
been prevented. >> reporter: now, there is still space available if you want to come down here and get care. this is at the county fairgrounds in vallejo. there is no line right now, if people want to come early this morning. they can get in line and get free dental care. the representation is to do it before 1:00, because that's had they'll shut things down for the weekend. . thousands of people had to be turned away from a free clinic in oakland yesterday. people were camped out overnight for the bridges to health event. a thousand of them were able to get dental and health care treatment because organizers say there wasn't enough time to get to everyone. >> the overall turnout at that event shows how many people are uninsured despite the affordable care act. those who missed the march 31st
deadline are going to have to wait until the enrollment period next fall. new this morning, a deadly crash on highway 780 is under investigation. it happened after 12:30 this morning near fifth street. the car lost control and slammed into a guard rail and hit another car and caused that car to plunge 20 feet off the highway. that woman was not seriously hurt. the driver who hit the guard rail was killed and the other two passengers are all right. they're investigating the crash that killed two people. that happened at 1:30 this morning on southbound highway 101 near the willow wood off ramp. the car that may have been speeding went off the ramp and shut down two lanes. in just a few hours from now, there will be a grand opening ceremony for a new police station.
it's part of a 140,000 project paid for by facebook. the social media giant is building its campus a few blocks away. some people in the community say they're concerned that police will give facebook special treatment, and they disagree. >> it allowed us to say, we do have resources now to do things that we otherwise wouldn't have. >> facebook is contributing $200,000 to staff a police officer just for its schools and new security cameras are being put up around the city to monitor the public space. a 71-year-old man decided to take action. less walked on two young men ransacking his house. when he saw one man getting his rifle he ran after him. the postal carrier said he did not want that rifle out on the
streets and this the wrong hand. >> he just dropped it. and i took a dive on him and kissed the driveway and hurt myself a little bit, but i'm all right. >> he recovered the firearm and his belongings, he believes the same two men targeted another home around the corner. san francisco will clean sewer lines as they get ready for more rain. the rain caused slick roads around the bay area. they responded to twice the amount of accidents. in the east bay rain hit many areas, the wet weather did not cause many major accidents. the police department are warning people to stay out of the ocean for the next few days. storm drain run off could push bacteria and viruses into the water into dangerous levels. you could get sick if you go
for a swim. snow was up in the sierra but not everyone was prepared for it after a dry weather. many people were not expect to see snow. there was more than a foot of fresh powder. it forced a closure near the city of reno. >> i'm not prepared for this weather at all. >> some people said they were looking for people to ski and snowboard, but most places shut down for the season. 2,000 people will walk through the city of san francisco to raise aware of the needs of premature babies. it's in pleasanton. the march of dimes in california impacts 300,000 babies each year. they're expected to bring in $9 million for research. here in the bay area 64,000 babies are born each year.
out of those 5800 are born prematurely. 288 did not live to see their first birthday. the drug enforcement administration is launching a drug take back by getting rid of unwanted and unused prescription drugs. it will help pill abuse and theft. the drug drop office are free and anonymous. they cannot accept liquids and needles. only patches and pills. they'll take take backs today from 10 to 2 p.m., pittsburgh, danville and pleasanton will take drugs back today. the sharks will try again tonight to eliminate the los angeles kings after the sharks took that command in the three- game lead. there was a 6-3 win. game 5 scheduled for tonight,
7:00 at the sap center. a game tonight between the warriors and the clippers. the team is using its playoff run to help disadvantaged children in a youth employment program. organizers of the jobs program said their partnership with the warriors help develop employment skills among at risk teens. fans can wear t shirts and cheer on the team. the warriors are contemplating a name change. they announced the plans of a new arena and the team is considering switching back to the san francisco warriors. they'll ask fans for their input on the idea. 7:10, an effort to stop pedestrians deaths in the city is under way. how they hope vision 0 will make the streets safer in san
francisco. >> it wasn't fear of death, but this is my job and duty. >> a hero's welcome for a native, a medal recipient and a new battle he'll be fighting. tonight wet weather will be returning. i'll have a timeline when i expect it will move in and how long this wet weather will last coming up. event, get a great deal on a jetta tdi. it gets 42 highway miles per gallon. and get a $1,000 fuel reward card. it's like two deals in one. volkswagen has the most tdi clean diesel models of any brand. hurry in and get a $1,000 fuel reward card and 0.9% apr for 60 months on tdi models. wireleare awesome. they let us use our phones to do amazing things. but why sign a 2-year phone contract just to use them? at net10 wireless, you can use the phone you already
. a 73-year-old woman is dead after a suv plowed into an icecream shop in orange county. an elderly driver put his car in drive instead of reverse. he drove straight into a crowd of people. there were several people hurt including a 11-year-old boy, a 12-year-old girl and a 13-year- old girl. their injuries range from moderate to minor. >> there were three people
sitting on that bench and he went straight into them and crushed them. neither the driver now the passenger was hurt. they stayed at the scene and cooperated with police. the driver was not immediately cited. in the south korean ferry it is aster, it lies on the right side about 240 feet deep on its side. the water is merky and they've recovered 187 bodies so far and 115 people are still missing but presumed dead. authorities have not yet ruled out what caused the crash but they have arrested 15 crew members including the ferry's captain. a helicopter crash in southern afghanistan today killed 5 nato troops. they're investigating the incident, but they will not release details such as the nationalities of the soldiers. sky news in england said that the victims are believed to be
british. this is the deadliest incident for international forces in afghanistan this year. some analysts there's an uptick on attacks killing westerners. three americans were shot and killed at a hospital in cable. they have been identified as a pediatrician and health administrator and an adult son. they were shot by an afghan security guard hired to protect them. a soldier came back for a visit and received a hero's welcome. sergeant carter is the fifth living recipient for a medal of honor, he was awarded with the nation's highest award during a battle in afghanistan in 2009. he suffered from post traumatic stress and is now speaking out about it. >> you see the bad things and
good things. there's still bad and good all around you. you need to focus on the good things and going to counseling and talking to people will help you acknowledge the good things again. >> receiving the medal of honor means that they'll not be sending him back to the harm's way. his new battle will be focused on helping the veterans here at home. pier 39 is celebrating peer- review day and sell operate the coast guard. the fests include a proclamation and festivities. the power button works interthe mit tently or doesn't work at all. apple says a small percentage of people are affected and they can have their phones repaired
for free. time 7:16, there are a lot of little legal games and soccer games because those fields are soggy. rosemary joins us with a look at what we're going to object doing out here. if you have a game tomorrow morning, we have the same problem, more rain coming in late tonight. you can see mount diablo. it picked up more than an inch of rain yesterday. pretty impressive. some of the rainfall amounts more than expected. we'll take every bit of it. we are with mostly sunny skies right now, a few high clouds out there. that will change over the course of the afternoon. i'll show you what i mean coming up. here's the system that brought us the rain yesterday. it has moved south and to the east. this will continue to push to the east as it does, we have another system beginning already to try to creep into northern california. see this rain here, this weak front will slide in. it will take the entire day so we're not going to be wet this afternoon, but late tonight
into early tomorrow morning, that's when it will be. here we are picking up on the 7:00 hour. i think by 2 or 3:00 in the afternoon, notice the clouds that are re widespread. it's a cool day, a breezy day with the westerly winds picking up for the afternoon as well. there's the rain well to the north. saturday will be dry. if you get into the evening hours, if you have late night plans it edges into the north bay late into the evening and as we sleep it slides across. it's a weaker system not like we had yesterday. we wake up sunday morning mostly cloudy a few scattered showers in the forecast and it really doesn't pull out of the way until about noontime. so, we'll be partly to mostly sunny skies sunday morning. temperatures will be warmer for the second half of the weekend. we're dealing with 40s, 44 concord, 44 oakland, 44 redwood city, as i point you to the
west we're seeing 69 santa rosa, 49 in napa. some areas are rebounding out there because we had widespread upper 30s in areas like napa and petaluma. a chilly start there for the butter and eggs day. that will be a big day for you, you can expect partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies today. as you get into the afternoon, widespread low to mid-60s, 64 in vallejo, berkeley, if you go to see the giants play this afternoon, cool and breezy for you. 65 morgan hill and 64 degrees in santa cruz. late tonight and early tomorrow morning we'll have showers pull through the area. by the afternoon tomorrow we're dry upper 60s in the forecast and then take a look at what's going on as we get into the business week, a huge warmup coming our way back by tuesday into wednesday. mid- to upper 80s in the
forecast for inland communities, upper 70s to local 80s and low 70s at the coast expected. virgin america is expanding service into dallas. the burlingame based carrier will start selling tickets from dallas to new york's la guardia, los angeles and san francisco international. virgin is in a battle to get two gates at dallas lovely field -- love field. they had to clear the way for the merger with u.s. airways. it comes one month after it was ending service out of san jose, the airline offered nonstop flights to los angeles for less than a year. those flights are expected to end sometime next month. california is ending the top of the list for the highest rates of measles across the
. people living in a sacramento suburb got a big surprise visitor in their front yards. check it out! this bear was caught in orangevale yesterday morning. a biologist was able to tranquilize that bear which is why he is resting comfortably there. he was released into folsom lake and released into the wild. an owner is demanding answers after a bizarre accident in a walk of oakland.
this owner was walking her dog when her dog mickey was putting his paws on a metal great and was shocked. >> when he put his hands on a metal collar, he was shocked too. >> how would you feel if you watched your child suffer and you couldn't do it. >> mickey was rushed to the hospital and was given oxygen. he may not make it. temporary electrical box was put in there to provide electricity to a construction site. they're not sure how it got charged. turning down a prom date was a reason why a 16-year-old girl was killed. a man is charged with her murder. he could be charged as an
adult. he's a 16-year-old boy. sanchez declined to be the date for this suspects junior prom. he is accused of the stabbing. a person was given a chance to have a lap dance in front of the class. lisa smith is charged with having an improper relationship with the student. she told him i love you baby and wished him a happy birthday. the whole thing was caught on surveillance video. >> i don't think it's appropriate to do it in school or outside of school. it's not appropriate. >> that's a cool teacher, she's never done anything wrong. she taught really nice. she was nice. smith has been placed on leave with pay. the school district released a statement saying that the allegations are being taken
seriously. smith's bail was set at $30,000. they're packing up the pompoms and buffalo. they'll not have cheerleaders this upcoming season. five former cheerleaders claimed sexual harassment and lack of pay. they called themselves the buffalo gels and they factored personal expenses and unpaid community expenses, they get $8 and they are suing the team over low wages. rain left things soggy outside this morning and we're still in a drought on the governor is asking for specific things in an effort to conserve. >> if it's going to come back, it's a matter of when. a football player is burned in an apartment fire. a show of support this morning from family and friends. cool and dry this morning
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, good morning to you, we'll have rain coming back late tonight. if you're waking one clouds overhead like san jose. san jose is checking in at 49 degrees. we have 42 in hayward and 43 in oakland, low 50s along the peninsula and if we head to the north we have temperatures in the 40s, 44 in navaho. we're waking up with sunshine. into the east bay it's a chilly one. low 40s outside your door this morning. lafayette checking in at 43, 44 for you san ramon. let's get into the afternoon today. it's going to be a cool one. a little breezy and clouds will be increasing for the second half ahead of that system that's going to be bringing us more rain late tonight. 53, if you're going to be seeing the giants play,
westerly breeze at 15 miles per hour. 57 in pacifica, 63 redwood city, 64 in freemont, 65 in fairfield, low to mid-60s for parts of the north bay into the south bay, 65 for morgan hill. running cool for this time of year. breezy at times. rain coming in tonight for tomorrow morning. i'll time out that system. warm weather on the way. i'll show you when coming up. happening now a free dental clinic is on its way in the solerno county fairgrounds. it's hosted by the solerno county foundation. 1,000 people are expected to show up today 900 came yesterday. hundreds of volunteering their time to make it happen. >> we're treating things that could have been prevented, that's always more expensive to treat it than it is to prevent it. >> organizers say there's still space available, the two-day
event wraps up at 3:00 this afternoon. santa fe football coaches say the football player will return to action. he's an actor who performed in the play tigers be still. lee suffered burns while escaping a fire. he is close to his grandfather who plans to visit him at the hospital today. >> he's helpful. he helps me with the yard and things like that. if i ever needed him for anything, he's always here. >> his current and former teammates have posted get well messages on the media boards. the santa clara county district attorney's office said a police officer who shot and killed a murder suspect last
year acted within the law. the man tried to run down the officer as the officer tried to pull him over. the passenger in the car told police that they are not going to get me. the report said the officer made eye contact drew his gun and told him to stop and he revved at the engine and the officer opened fire and killed a man. he was a gang member who killed one man earlier. a software engineer is suing the police department and others, his client was armed with a broom when he was shot at outside his parents home. he charged officers in a threatening manner while holding a blunt object. his attorney says this is a case of extreme police misconduct. a ceo in marin county is
allegedly accused of attacking a 55-year-old man. he claimed his truck hit the bike. he kept beating the man even after the driver was down on the ground. it happened at april 16th. there is no word on the current condition of the driver. los altos police are investigating ten burglaries with the most recent one reported on thursday. the burglars are trying to pry open doors or going through unlocked sliding doors. in two cases they stole the garage door openers from cars. >> it's an affluent community and why are burglars if you want to call them out casing the neighborhood. it scares me. >> police say they're looking at the arrest of two men last
week in santa clara for any possible connection. they targeted dozens of cars and homes. yesterday at 1:30 someone used rocks to break into trucks, cars and houses. police say at least 25 people were victiimized. >> i don't understand why anyone would do this. it's stupid, ruthless and evil. >> i don't even know what to say. nothing like this happened before. >> damage is estimated in the tens of thousands of dollars. if you have information about vandals you are being asked to call antioch police. you can text an anonymous tip to crimes which is 274-637, use antioch as your first word in the text. a man accused of setting a fire in oakland is now behind bars. a man stood near a building
that was set at fire. there were many tips and the arrest of john fits gibbons. the building is owned by uss, and they have not said why he may have started that fire. the arraignment of a city man for a premeditated murder is being delayed untilst. he made his first appearance in court, cameras were not allowed inside. the district attorney said on wednesday he went into a medical building looking to kill his former doctor. he approached kevin wrong inside the building and struck up the conversation. >> he went up and said to him outloud, you gave me a shot a couple of years ago and i'm still in pain and that's when the handgun came out. >> he ran from his former patient. they're requesting a former
court appointed attorney. jurors in the trial, they're split 11-1. he's accused of peak nothing the window or door of a neighbor's house all in the underwear in the middle of the night. the woman's whose window he tampered with was terrified and called 911 during the early- morning hours. he was hoping for sex and blamed his bad judgment on ego and alcohol. they're not sure what his future holds. >> did i dislike him, no, did i want to work with him? yes, do i still want to work with him? >> yes, in the interests of the public. a misdemeanor conviction could bring 6 months in jail and a $1,000. if the jury remains split they may be considering the count of attempted peeking.
they have asked him to come back monday and continue to try to reach a verdict. >> despite the rain, governor brown has issued an executive order that requires new conservation rules. they show the state's water content and the central sierra well below normal. the draft years are still ahead. and it's expected to get worse. governor brown is calling on california to stop wasting water. he's making specific recommendations. he's urging golf courses and schools to irrigate less. he's telling homeowners to clear brush. they're will go also going to fine homeowners who do not conserve water. they would be fine for having brown grass and not watering enough. >> i'm glad no one gets fined, but i would want my money back.
>> the order pushes state officials of monitoring salmon and help fish endure the drought. bart is having a budget that will spend more on safety. they plan to spend 851 million starting in july. it is a 7% increase for safety improvements following the deaths of two workers hit by a train in november. it would come from increased ridership and increased revenues. the proposed budget is on july 22nd. there's a dispute over diesel trains, they've awarded a $58 million for a swiss company to make 8 diesel narrow cars, they're smaller and more current than the bart cars.
critics tell the contra cost a tiles, they should remain electrical and green rather than remain on fossil fuel. bart's line could be expected for the riders and the transit agency. the service will begin this fall. it will link the coliseum to the airport station. they're going to charge $6, that's the proposal. they report with the fare bart will have to cover a $15 million shortfall over two years. >> the san francisco police department and the highway patrol are hoping to cut down on the number of traffic deaths in the city. the goal is to have zero traffic deaths by 2024. officers issued a total of 126 tickets on wednesday. one were texting while driving
and failing to give people walking the right of way. >> they'll have the opportunity to discuss violence on social media. the bay view summit will be held on college track on third street. the event is free and open to anyone between the ages of 12- 18. some subjects are cyber bullying and protecting privacy and maintaining professional profiles. >> what is happening today at oakland city hall. it's the coliseum city proposal. >> why the health department is reaching out to doctors and what they say is key to stopping the spread. >> a break-in the rain for most of your saturday, giving you a live look there at at&t park, if you're there to see the park, it's going to be cool and rainy. we'll pinpoint the system coming up.
people in jackson wyoming might be able to get back into their homes soon. 42 homes and apartments were evacuated on april 9th because of a slow moving landslide. they tried to stop that slide. if the blockade works and the temporary road holds people could be allowed in next week. a surge in movement to one house in two. since the owner of the cafe was killed, business has continued thanks to their loyal customers. on april 26th, 2007 armed robbers took over the restaurant at closing time. they forced workers to open the
safe and shot and killed her husband alfredo. >> he died in my arms. >> police say the case is still an open investigation and it has not been solved. she is hoping to open a second red onion cafe in the honor of her husband's memory. it's important to maintain the business that her husband died trying to protect. ramsey died last month at the age of 80 after suffering a massive stroke. he was one of two african- americans in the district attorney's office in the 1960s. the memorial is in the auditorium and that will be followed by a memorial stadium. willie brown and the state attorney general are expected to speak. measles cases are on the
rise across the us and california has more cases than any other state. the cdc says in the first four months of this year there have been a record number of cases in the us especially if you compare that compared to other 18 years. 58 people in california have been affected. a campaign has been launched to teach new doctors what signs to look for. >> i've been practicing and i know what to look for, but new physicians haven't seen it. part of the campaign that the public health has been doing is to make sure they know what to look for. parents refusing to vaccinate their children is a cause of the increase. people are opting out of vaccinations. the west nile virus has resurfaced and the mosquito and the dead birds, they have found it. it's the earliest discovery in any west nile virus season to
date. the unusually warm weather caused conditions for it to thrive. they say wear bug spray and report any dead birds. people were sent home yesterday for a festival because of the rain. it was shut down at 3. it brings people way from across california each year. the gates are expected to open at 10:00 this morning. grilled aspire gas sounds good right now. >> get your greens. >> he's going to make us grilled asparagus rosemary when you can tell us when we'll have the sunshine. >> it's an interesting weather week. i've been to that festival, fun and delicious. outside our doors for today, a cool dry day, if you're stepping out, something to be
aware of, it's a chilly one out there, i'm talking about 10 to 15 degrees cooler than it was yesterday. the sun is shining on most of us. giving a look here at a glistening bay, isn't that superb, calls will be increasing this afternoon. we have a brief look at what's going on. you can see partly cloudy to mostly sunny and partly to mostly sunny skies -- postally cloudy to mostly cloudy. do you see that going on. that was the system that brought us rain yesterday. more than an inch in mount diablo. we have high clouds increasing for today and as we get into tonight another front dropping in. it's going to wait for the entire day. no rain in the forecast for today. late tonight it looks like our best chance coming 11:00 or so edging into the north bay and as we get into the overnight hours, most of us sleeping,
we'll fill in. i'll show you the amounts expected, it doesn't look like a lot. we'll have scattered showers, by 10, 11:00 it pulls out. we'll be dry by noontime. tomorrow afternoon looks warmer than today. here's a look at what's going on. notice the rain, it's still to our north. it helps to give as you timeline as well as an accumulation. by tomorrow morning, most of us have received just a little bit. it looks like a tenth of an inch, less than that for most of us. that will give us rain late tonight into early tomorrow morning. we're not done just yet even though we're getting a break today. upper 30s to low 40s over parts of the north bay this morning. most of us in the 30s, a few low 50s, as we get into the lunchtime, upper 50s to low 60s, these numbers cool for this time of the year. by the afternoon, those clouds will be on the crane he is. we'll -- increase.
we'll be mostly cloudy and 36 for oakland, hayward, 64 for freemont, low to mid-60s, morgan hill along the peninsula, 69 san francisco, 65 in pacifica and some of the warmer spots, inland east bay 66, antioch and present word, weekend always in view, next chance for rain moving through by the afternoon on sunday we're dry, temperatures are warmer, but talk about warmer, take a look at the significant warm in the forecast as we get into your business week. temperatures climbing into the upper 80s, we haven't felt this for a while. midweek wednesday, upper 70s low 80s around the bay. low 70s around the coast. back to the desk. >> happening right now, a third round of the swinging kiters
lpg classic in the city. the leader at the end of the second round was stacy lewis, 50,000 people expected to attend the tournament. michael phelps is back from retirement and in the pool. he was at the 50-yard final in may son arizona. he finished seventh in a time of 24.06 seconds. it's a move for the first step to participate in the 2016 olympic games. for the world's tallest water slide, this is the water park, it just added a new 168- foot high slide. i get nervous looking at it. the ride involves a four person raft that slides down a 17
story structure and it takes 11 seconds to get to the bottom, reaching speeds of 60 miles per hour. the heart pounding ride is a german name which means insane. i think i will pass, it opens july 23rd. >> it's a little insane, if you want to do it go for it or just watch. something that i would do. the hero is welcomed and what he'll focus his efforts on. >> in honor of earth day the efforts going on this morning to make the bay area cleaner.
dozens of volunteers are going to spread out and they'll be planting trees, working on landscaping, removing graffiti and picking up litter. alamada earth day will take place on west line drive next to crown beach. it's a family friendly event, it's free to attend and it will include earth day free give aways. >> they've developed a new way to improve programs. they announced the programs will now be scored. the scores will be based on how many graduates go on and whether they improve the standardized test scores of students. 62% of you in teachers said they were unprepared for the classroom. >> not enough hands on practical experience teaching children. lots of education, but not
enough experience teaching diverse children in the class. >> it plans on providing $100 million a year in federal programs that score the highest. capper nick were named in an incident report to miami police. she partied with the players and didn't know how she ended up in the hospital. he assisted he did nothing wrong. at some point there needs to be an end to witch hunt we're seeing. all deny smith, the general manager told reporters the team homes smith will continue to play for the 49ers for the years to come. he was arrested at l.a.x. for an alleged bomb threat.
he's one of several 49ers who have had run ins with the law. >> we've had a few transgressions that we're disappointed in and the players are disappointed that they've put themselves in the position that they're in. >> if you would like to keep smith, they're mulling over whether they should pick up his $10 million option for the season. a nice welcome last night, and they're huffing and puffing. it's an rbi tripling, giants up one. a slap shot root to the right side, giants go up 3-1 and then the icing on the cake, michael morris starting to fire up a monster solo shot to the deepest part of the park. it's a sixth home run of the
season. tim hudson goes 3-1 on the year. oakland a's out in houston and the a's love playing on the road this year. the base is juice, but not for long. the astros, george springer boggles the ball. it's a single and the runs keep coming. donaldson with this 2-run last. they win 2-5. they win against the astros this season. who knows claudine what numbers they'll put up against houston tonight. a deadly crash in under investigation. what the driver may have been doing before slamming into a tree head on. >> and he chased down a burglar, what the thief took and what prompted this man into action. it will be dry at least
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so great this year. >> dry today and wet again by tonight. i'm tracking the next round of wet weather coming up. >> and the police department is acting likes too facebook. how the social media giant is helping police fight crime. mornings on 2 starts right now. and good morning to you, you are taking a live look at the solerno county fairgrounds. it's busy out there. hundreds of people are getting free dental care this morning. we'll have more on why this had hundreds of people out there waiting and how long this is all going to last. welcome to mornings on 2 i'm claudine wong. >> i'm mike me back and we'll get you to the fairgrounds in just a bit. let's a say hell hoe to -- hello to roast mayor i didn't. how about starting out with
a beautiful view over the concord area. it's a cool start out there. nippy in some areas. the sun is shining at least for most of us. i'm starting to enjoy this sunshine. we have clouds coming back our way later this afternoon. i want to spend a moment and take a look at the rainfall tote as yesterday. it's more than we expected. concord picked up 7/10ths, napa almost 9/10ths for you 3/10ths in san francisco and redwood city and over the santa cruz mountain it picked up more than that. we have more coming up our way late tonight and tomorrow. we will be wet once again at lest most of us. we are dry partly cloudy, chilly this morning, mostly cloudy and breezy for this afternoon. temperatures will be running on the cool side for this time of year. let's look at your numbers, mid- 40s walnut creek and in nap and
areas like hayward. mountain view down into san jose and 50 degrees in half moon bay. widespread upper 50s, along the coastline and san francisco, cool breezy turning cloudy for the second half. 65 in concord, 56 fairfield, 60s in areas like brentwood and into the south bay, hoe to mid 60s for you as well. rain coming late today. i'll show you that in the futurecast model coming up. happening now, thousands of dollars for dental work for free. the services are being given away right now. kutv is live at the fair grounds tomorrow. ali? >> reporter: this is a two-day dental clinic, it started yesterday. 8900 people came through to get free dental services yesterday. we're expecting 1,000 people to come in for treatment today. this is what's going on behind us. there's row after row of dental
chairs. they're doing some basic cleaning but a couple of rows back they're doing fillings. they're doing some tooth extractions and minor oral surgeries, it takeses 400 dentists, 400 dental assistants to put this together. we talked to dentists here today. the reason there's a demand for these services because dental insurance and dental coverage is expensive. even those who have health insurance don't have good dental coverage included in that. before today, this woman said, she hadn't been to the dentist for more than three years. she found she has an infection in one of her teeth down to the gum and she's getting her tooth extracted. we asked her how long she waited to get treatment. >> i have insurance, but i can't afford to pay for the
deductible. i can't afford it. being a single mom with three kids, i can't do it. >> now, the work is going on right now here at the solerno county fairgrounds and it will be going on throughout the morning. there is space going on if you want to see a dentist and get a cleaning, the issue taking care of, you you're welcome to do that, if anyone standing in line and you want to come and get dental care. we're told this is no line. it's a good time to come on down. that will be closing things up around 3:00 this afternoon. any time between now, and free, come and get free dental services in vallejo, live in vallejo ali kutv news. a free clinic in oakland people camped out for the event. a thousand of them were able to
get dental and health care treatment because organizers say there wasn't enough time to get to everyone. the overwhelming turnout at the event highlights the large numbers of people who remain uninsured despite the implementation of the affordable care act. those who have missed the march 31st deadline are going to have to wait until the enrollment period next fall. the deadly crash is under investigation. it happened just after 12:30 this morning near fifth street. the car lost control, slammed into a guard rail and hit another car causing that car to plunge 20 feet off the highway. the woman was not seriously hurt. the driver who hit the guard rail was killed. the crash shut down the connector between 680 and 07 in both direction force several hours. >> they're investigating the crash and it happened on
highway 101 near the willow wood off ramp. the car may have been speeding when it slammed into two crash. the car shut down several lanes, but it has since reopened. the park will hold a grand opening ceremony for the newest police station. it's part of a project paid for by facebook. the social media giant is building a campus a few blocks away. some members of the community say they may give facebook employees special treatment. the mayor says it can only be a positive. >> this is more than a like, this means so much to the community, it can't be expressed. >> it allowed us to say we have resources to do some things that maybe we wouldn't otherwise have. >> facebook is contributing $200,000 a year to staff a police officer just for its schools. new security cameras are being set up by the city that can be
monitored in the new space. two police officers got more than they -- two robbers got a surprise. he ran into two young men ransacking his house and he saw one of them getting away with his rifle he decided to run after him. the former postal carrier said he did not want that rifle into the wrong hands. he just dropped it. >> i took a dive at him and kissed the driveway and hurt myself a little bit. otherwise i'm all right. >> most of the other people said they are targeting other homes around the area. the rain caused slick roads around the bay area. officers responded to twice the number of accidents when compared to a normal dry day. the recent rain has the health department in monterrey county
to stay out of the office in the next few days. it could push the amount of bacteria, viruses or chemicals to dangerous levels. and health officials say you could get sick if you go for a swim. >> with rain in the bay area there was snow in the sierra. not everyone was prepared for it. they weren't expecting more snow. some places saw more than a foot of that fresh powder. at one point it forced the closure of reno. >> i'm not prepared for this weather at all. >> some people were looking for places to go skiing and snowboarding, but most places have shut down for the season. >> in an hour from now, people are going to walk the streets of san francisco for the awareness of the needs of premature baby. it impacts more than 500,000
babies every year. 5 #,000 people are expected to participate -- 53,000 people are expected to participate in the walk. it's expected to bring 9 million for research. 53,000 are born and 5800 are born prematurely. 288 did not live to see their first birthday. they're launching a prescription drug take back. by getting rid of that unwanted and unused prescription drugs, they can prevent theft. it's important to know that they cannot take needles and liquids, but can take patches and pills. if you want to clean out your medicine cabinet, they're holding take backs today. they'll be cheering on the
sharks tonight hoping that the team advances to the semi finals. the sharks will try to eliminate the los angeles kings after they took the commanding three-game lead, they avoided the sweep. game 5 is set for 7:00 at the center in san jose. down two games to one, they'll take on the los angeles clippers tomorrow in game 4 of their series. the team is using its playoff run to help some disadvantaged children in a youth employment program. their partnership helps them have skills. they're putting yellow shirts on the 19,000 seats for fans to wear and cheer that team on. people in oakland will have a workshop, they're going to turn a coliseum arena into a
coliseum city. it will include housing, recreation areas and shops. it would create 20,000 new jobs. they're asking for additional suggestions from the public. that runs from 3-5 p.m. today at city hall. a player burned in an apartment fire. >> it's not a matter if he's going to come it's a matter of when. >> a show of support this morning from family and friends. >> it wasn't a fear of death or anything like that, it's just this is my job and this is my duty. >> and from the front lines, fighting a new battle in life. a challenge is ahead for a bay area man who received one of the nation's highest honors. >> partly cloudy and a chilly start outside this morning. for this afternoon mostly cloudy and cool and brain back into the forecast, i'll have a too many line and the pattern of the system moving our way. it's coming up.
. there is no official word yet on the identities of five nato soldiers killed in a helicopter crash in afghanistan. sky news in england is sighting unnamed sources that they were all british. this is the deadliest incident for international forces in afghanistan this year. some officials add there's a recent attacks on americans.
a pediatrician and health administrator and his adult son came from the chicago area. the father and son were volunteers. they were shot by an afghan security guard who was hired to protect them. an army man came back home for a visit and received a hero's welcome. >> army staff tie carter is the fifth recipient for his action in afghanistan. he was awared for his bravery during a battle in afghanistan back in 2009. carter said he suffered from post traumatic stress and is now speaking out about it. >> you see the bad things more than you see the good things. there's still bad and good all around. maybe you should focus on the good things and going to counseling and talking to people will help you acknowledge the good things again. >> it means that the military will not be sending carter into
harm's way. his new battle will be focusing on helping veterans here at home. pier 39 is celebrating coast guard appreciation day from noon to 4 p.m. organizers say they want to thank the men and women of the coast guard and recognize their service to the community. pier 39 fests include a visit. president obama issued a stern warning. >> we don't use our military might to impose these things on others. but, we won't hesitate to use our military might to defend our allies and way of life. >> he's continuing his tour and he's the first us president to
visit may lays i can't in in 50 years. >> the time is 8:17, let's head over to rosemary. you're very busy over there. >> it's a mixed bag so to speak, we have late weather, if you have saturday plans, bring along a jacket. we'll be dry and cool. we'll give you a look over the east bay. we've got a mix of clouds out there and we'll continue with clouds on the increase by the second half of the afternoon and then rain sliding in tonight. i have the futurecast model coming up in a moment. let's look at the satellite and radar. there's the system that brought us rain yesterday. we're in a break today, we'll get a brief ridge of high pressure that builds in for the first half. take a look at what's happening to the north of us. we have light rain beginning to pop up just off the north california coastline here.
that is going to be sliding in. first look at the clouds later this afternoon and the rain looks like 11:00 tonight, midnight for some, let's take a look. as we get into the afternoon, it's 5:00 here, plenty of gray sky, cool a little breezy out there, that's what's this store for your saturday. rain is to the north of us still, this is an updated model, here at 11:00, in the last hour, this rain has filled in over the bay area, a little sooner. and that's what's going to happen over the course of the day. the system could speed up a little bit and it could slow down a little bit. all in all it looks like a late night evening event. if have you plans, a may be a soccer dame. it will be mostly cloudy and a few scattered showers. until we clear out i'll leave in the possibility of a few scattered showers. it looks like until lunchtime until we see the partly cloudy and mostly cloudy skies it will be dry and warm. temperatures in the 40s to low
50s, a nice rebound taking place because earlier this morning when we started at 7:00, some of these areas reporting upper 30s, napa santa rosa. 47 in hayward, 49 in livermore and for the afternoon livermore you'll go into the 60s by 2:00 low 60 ins forecast, mid-60s in the afternoon and settling in at 60-degrees and 53 degrees at 8:00 tonight if you have evening plans. 64 san rafael, and 59 in san francisco. if you're thinking about the march of dimes for babies event going on this morning. we have temperatures in morgan hill, we have temperatures slightly warmer for tomorrow afternoon when we get past the rain. light showers in the forecast, and then as we get into monday tuesday wednesday, claudine had mentioned this a moment ago, take a look at the warmup
coming away. it's mid- to upper 80s by tuesday and wednesday. for the bay upper 70s to low 80s, it's a long the coastline and mid-70s. >> apple is working to fix problems with the power button on iphone 5. it works intermittently or not at all. only a small percentage of people are being affected and people can have their phones repaired for free. >> virgin america is having flights out of dallas. it will start selling tickets from dallas to new york's la guardia, ronald reagan international and l.a.x. and san francisco international. they're battling to get two gates in love field. it had a settlement that cleared the merger for u.s. airways. the airline announced it was going to be ending service out
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. the bear was spotted thursday night and was seen again on friday morning. a biologist was able to tranquilize the bear and he was brought to folsom lake and released back into the wild. a dog was electrocuted during a bizarre accident in oakland. she was walking her dog yesterday morning when her dog mickey put his paws on a metal great and was shocked. when he put it on the collar he was shocked too.
>> i'm devastated. how would you feel if you watched your child suffer and you couldn't do anything about it. >> mickey was rushed to a hospital where he was given oxygen. there's a possibility he won't make it. a pg&e spokesman said crews put a box in there to help a construction site. police say an elderly driver put his car into drive rather than reverse in trying to get into a parking spot and he drove straight into a crowd of people. people were hurt including a 11 and 12 and 13-year-old. their injuries range from moderate to minor. >> there were three people sitting on that bench and just went straight into him and crushed him.
>> neither the driver or the passenger were hurt. they stayed at the scene and cooperated with police, the driver was not cited. >> a middle schoolteacher is accused of giving a student a lap dance for his birthday in front of the class. she's charged with having an improper relationship with the student. after she performed the lap dance, i love you baby and wished him a happy birthday. police say the whole thing was caught on surveillance video. >> i really don't think it was appropriate to do that in school. i don't think that's appropriate. >> it's a cool teacher. she's never done anything wrong. she taught really nice, everyone learned, she wasn't a bad teacher. >> smith has been placed on leave with pay, smith's bail was set at $30,000. >> san jose football player burns in an apartment fire,
they're pulling together to help him get back on his feet. >> dozens of homes and cars vandalized in the city of antioch. >> the neighbors being targeted and the cost of damage starts to rack up. >> cool and dry, i'm monitoring your numbers for today and in the extended forecast, as early as tonight, a transition back to wet weather, i'll show you what i mean coming up. bulldog: [yawning] i can't wait to get to mattress discounters because the tempur-pedic bonus event ends sunday. choose $300 in free gifts, and, get up to 48 months interest-free financing with any tempur-pedic mattress. ♪ mattress discounters
need. >> we'll have that story for you. >> good morning to you. we have mostly sunny skies in parts of oakland. a look at sunshine, a few peaks of blue, we'll be turning cloudy for the afternoon. for today, mainly dry and cool. 42 in fairfield, 46 in napa, 46 in santa rosa. upper 40s in walnut creek, concord, livermore, upper 40s low 50s. we have 52 for you palo alto, 51 ins toker city and if you're going to the giants turning mostly cloudy by the second half. a westerly breeze, it's going to be cool, it will be dry though, at least until tonight.
65 for concord, 63 in oakland, 62 for san mateo. low 60s low for santa rosa. the clouds will be moving in as we get into the second half of the afternoon. we have rain coming our way late tonight it will last sunday morning. i'll time it out for you coming up. >> happening now hundreds of dentists are volunteering their time to give away free dental treatments. hundreds of people have arrived and hundreds more may be on their way. >> reporter: it's going to take that many people don't like to go to the dentist. some people put off a checkup as long as they can. most of the people say they're happy if not thrilled to be here. one woman told us she thinks she's blessed to get her toothache taken care of. this is the building of the
solerno county fairgrounds. what's going on next to us is the basic tooth cleanings, there's 400 dental hygienists, 400 dentists volunteering their time. if we go back, things get complicated. they're doing tooth fillings and behind the blue curtain they're doing tooth extractions and minor surgery. organizers are expecting a thousand to come through today. this clinic is open to anyone willing to stand in line and get these services. since med i cal dropped it, they have seen dentists put off treatment for years because they have -- people have put off treatment because they can't afford it. even with basic insurance treatment they can't afford it. >> it's just too much especially when you got 4
people in the household, it's a lot of money. >> it's really stressful, especially when you have little kids. >> that lady told us she hadn't been to be the ten dust for three years. she says her ten-year-old son had to have three teeth pulled because of infection yesterday. they're bringing back dental coverage next month. they're helping people sign up for dental insurance if they qualify so they can continue to see a dentist more regularly in the future. this clinic is going on all morning. there's still space available. organizers say as of about 20 minutes ago there wasn't a line so now, may be a good time to come here. head down to the fair ground in vallejo. you have to get here for 3:00, ali, channel 2 news kutv news. bart place as heavier
emphasis on safety, they plan to spend $851 million that starts in july. they want to spend $56 million on safety. the money would come from increased ridership and sales tax revenues. the proposed budget is set for may 22nd. a swiss company has been awarded the contract to make bart's cars. the surface named e bart will run from the pittsburgh bay point station to the antioch station. bart should remain electrical and green rather than rely on fossil fuel for a couple of diesel cars. bart's line to the oakland airport could cost more.
service for the half million project will begin in fall. officials are weighing a proposal to charge riders $6 each year. bart would have to cover a $15 million shortfall over two years. san jose football coaches say they have no doubt that a man hurt in a fire will return to action. he's an actor and performed in the school's production tigers be still. he got second-degree burns while escaping a fire and he's closed to his grandfather who plans to visit him again at the hospital today. >> he's very helpful, he's come over and helped me with the yard and things like that if i needed him, if i ever needed him for anything he was always here. >> jared's current and former
teammates as well as other friends have posted him messages on social media boards. santa clara district attorney's office a police officer who shot and killed a murder suspect acted within the law. the man tried to run down the officer march 18th as the officer tried to pull him over. the pas year in the car said, they're not going to get me. the report says the officer made eye contact andrew his gun and told him to stop that's when he revved and drove into the office. he killed him and he was a gang member who had killed a man one week earlier. another man is suing the police department after an officer shot him three times. michael's lawyer said his client was armed with a broom when he was shot outside his parent's home in april.
police will not comment on the lawsuit, but they charged at officers in a threatening manner while holding a blunt object. he's charged with approaching an officer with deadly weapon and they say it's gross police misconduct. he was on trial this week accused of peeking into a window or door last summer all with his underwear in the middle of the knife. the window he tampered with she was terrified. he testified that he was hoping for sex and blamed his bad judgment on ego and alcohol. they don't know what his political future holds no matter the verdict. >> i think he was a voice we don't have in this county, at the higher political levels and it was necessary to have if
there. i'm disappointed in him now. >> a misdemeanor conviction could bring six months in jail and a $1,000 fine. if the jury remains split they may be instructed to consider attempting piquing as long as the judge and defense agree to it. arraignment for an elderly man for attempted premeditated murder, raymond made his first court appearance and cameras were not allowed inside the court. the defendant went into a daily city medical building looking to kill his former doctor. according to the court criminal report he approached the doctor inside the building. >> he he went up and said to him, you gave me a shot a couple of years ago and i'm still in pain and that's when out came the handgun.
>> he ran from the patient. he's requesting a court appointed attorney, the judge did not set bail. vandals targeted dozens of cars and homes. someone used rocks and other objects to smash windows and houses and other objects. 25 people were victimized. >> i don't understand why anyone would do this. it's just stupid, it's ruthless, it's evil. >> i don't know what to think, i don't know what to say. i infer had anything like this happen before. >> the damage is estimated in steps of thousands of dollars. if you have information about this, call antioch police, you can text an anonymous text to crimes. . a 40-year-old jess was
riding his bike, police say he attacked a 55-year-old man that his truck's mirror hit his bike. witnesses say he kept beating the man even when the driver was down on the ground. it happened on april 16th at the east corner and there's no word on the condition of that driver. the bay area's newest police station is opening this morning with some controversy and 30 machines from now, hear complaints that he has. >> a business marked by tragedy, the plans to move forward after seven years the owner was shot and died in the arms of his wife. >> it will be cool and cloudy for the afternoon and rain chances returning by late tonight. i'll show you when i expect it will arrive and how long it will last coming up. -dad, why are you getting that? -that's my cereal.
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time in the age of tweeting and posting on facebook, a new lines what jurors judges and lawyers can do online. online interactions are leading to problems in courtroom jury trials. >> a famous case involving a judge in north carolina that friended one of the lawyers in the case during the trial. >> within of the new guidelines is that a lawyer can look up a juror's social media pages but they cannot send a friend's request. they could face discipline or disbarment for violating the new ethics rules. they'll discuss violence on social media. there will be a youth sentence at college track and the event is free for people 12-18. some topics covered is cyber
bullying and online violence and protecting your privacy. let us come back, michael phelps placed seventh. the 18 times finished seventh in a time of 24.06 seconds. it's a move that is expected to be the first step for his participating in the 2016 olympic games. thrill seekers check it out. head over to kansas city for a water slide. it added a new 168-foot high slide. the ride involves a four person raft that slides down a 17 story structure. guess how long it takes to get to the bottom, 11 seconds, that's because you reach speeds up to 60 miles per hour.
it's a heart pounding ride that is called a german name that means insane. after debating with myself i would do it. >> conquer your fear. >> you have to crush it, just once go down. it would be fun, it would be crazy, it would be fun. rosemary you're with me. >> i'm not buying it, no way. >> we're smarter than you. >> we'll watch you take the plunge. >> we'll live vicariously through mike. a spectacular true of the golden gate bridge. go sooner than later. we're turning mostly cloudy by the second half of the afternoon. we have another round of rain coming our way. it's going to hold off. we're not going to see rain for most of saturday, if you have evening plans it could get you. most of us don't need the umbrella. there he is that system moving out of the way. you can see it over the try
state, california, nevada, it left us rain yesterday. that's great news, now, we're tracking this next front that will move in. it will take all day. we'll get the clouds first and this rain will hold off late tonight and early tomorrow morning. for today we'll call for partly cloudy and cool conditions. it's turning cloudy by the second half. the rain showers, 10, 11:00, this is great news, the wet weather moves in while we sleep, we have a few scattered showers expected tomorrow morning, by lunchtime on your sunday, we have partly cloudy skies and it's warmer than today. how much rain do i think we get most of a tenth of an inch more most of us b i tomorrow morning, we're looking at a tenth of an inch and over to parts of the south bay. a light rain event, but we'll take what we can get.
temperatures under partly to mostly sunny skies. mid-40s, widespread 40s to 50s, we're talking oakland, san francisco, san jose. increasing clouds and for the second half, temperatures running on the cool side, not too bad in areas like antioch, 55 morgan hill. upper 50s in san francisco. going to see the giants play you'll need the jacket, in addition to the clouds and cool temperatures, we'll be breezy this afternoon. 57 expected along the coast in pacifica. we're always in view, starting today partly cloudy and cool. the first half of your sunny will be a little wet but then we break away to partly cloudy skies, i want to take you into the work week. notice this, a taste of summer
coming our way. as we get into monday we start the warmup and a significant jump upper 80s to near 90 degrees. umer 70 pans low 70s expected along the shore. back to the desk. >> coming up in 25 minutes, the plans by taco bell to expand the restaurant is opening in southern california and the menu items that include a milk shake made with beginness and at that keel la. >> 49ers defending their star quarterback, capper knack becoming a victim. moments of certainty.
measles cases are on the rise. the us saw an 18-year-old high in reported cases. in california so far this year 58 people have come down with the measles. a campaign is under way to teach new doctors what signs to look for. >> i've been practicing for over 30 years, i have seen it i know what to look for, but the new physicians haven't seen it. part of the campaign, is to make sure they know what to look for. >> they blame the increase on parents who do not vaccinate their children. there was a 15% increase on people opting out of vaccination. >> the department of education has developed a way to improve
programs. secretary of education announced the programs will be scored. the scores will be based on how many graduate go on to teach and whether or not they improve these standardized test scores of students. 62% of you in teachers report they were unprepared for the classroom. >> not enough hands on practical experience teaching children, lots of theory and psychology of education not enough teaching 32 diverse children in a class. >> they provide on providing $100 million a year to the programs who that score the highest. heavy rain forced an one hour delay in the tournament yesterday, the leader in the second round was stacy lewis. they expect a tournament in the daily city this weekend. they will give them a welcome
last night. they're huffing and puffing. it's an rbi triple, the giants are up and a slap shot into the right side. giants go up 3-1. the icing on the cake and the fourth, michael morse starting to fire up a monster solo shot, to a deep part of the ballpark. giants win 5-1. hudson gets the win. the oakland a's out in houston and the a's love playing on the road this year. bases juiced but not for long. he has a sharp shot through the second basement and george springer bobbles the ball, it's a bases cleared signal and the runs keep coming. josh donaldson catches this two- run shot into the empty seat.
they scored 41 runs against the houston astros in just five games this season. >> the 49ers are standing firm hindquarter back kaepernick. they weren't flamed in an incident report to miami police. a woman claims she partied with those players bub didn't know how she ended up in the hospital. he insisted he did nothing wrong. at some point there needs to be a resolution to some of this jump the gun witch hunt scenario we're seeing. i hate to see his reputation be the vick til. they'll not turn their back on another star linebacker smith, he told reporters that the team hopes smith will play for the 49ers in the years to come. he was arrested at l.a.x. for an alleged bomb threat. he will not be charged with a felony in this case. he's one of several 49ers who have had run ins with the law. >> we've had a few off field
transgressions that we're disappointed in, but sorry are the players. the players are disappointed that they put themselves and this team in the position that we're in. >> although he would like to keep smith, it team is mulling over whether to pick up the line backers to the 2015 season. >> they report suspicious activity on the instagram accounts. police say it will be complicated. >> a 71-year-old man takes on two burglars, the item he took on his house that he could not allow out on the street. >> dry dan cool today before more rain moves in. by late tonight, i'm updating your numbers for saturday. the next round of wet weather coming up.
good morning, and welcome to mornings on 2, saturday april 26. i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm mike mibach. a look at the saturday sunshine with rosemary. >> the sun is shining over san francisco. take a look at the beautiful skyline and bay bridge, and crossing over the bay bridge, light winds, good visibility, and the air looks clean from this vantage point. we received beneficial rain with the clean air, and take a look at the numbers from the 24- hour rainfall totals. .3" in livermore and wowza, napa, .87". and good amount of rain falling in the last 24 hours. san jose picked up nearly
.25". we'll be cool this afternoon and breezy for some just ahead of the next system that will come in and bring us more rain tonight into tomorrow morning. take a look at your numbers. we're seeing a nice rebound. 52 in walnut creek and 54 in oakland and trailing behind to the north bay. 46 in napa and a cool 42 outside your door in fairfield. for the afternoon, upper 50s along the coast and in san francisco. low 60s around the the bay and mid-60s for the warmer spots. we will be mostly cloudy for the second half of your afternoon, and i'm tracking the rain for you coming up. public work crews in san francisco will clean sewer lines as the city gets ready for the next rain that rosemary mentioned. slick roadways across the bay area. officers responded to twice the number of accidents compared to a normal dry day. the health department in monterey county is warning people to stay out of the ocean
for the next few days. storm drain runoff could push the levels of bacteria in the water to dangerous levels. officials say you could get sick if you go out for a swim. thousands of dollars worth of dental work for free. services are being given a way right now at the solano county fair grounds. hundreds of volunteers are helping to make this all happen. allie in. >> reporter: this building at the so lappie on county fairgrounds has been transformed into a dental clinic, everything that you find from the supplies to the instruments and equipment. there is about 400 dental hygienists next to us. they are hard at work, and every chair on this row looks like it's filled. and further back in the room, you have 400 dentists with the more complicated work and behind the blue there, they are
doing tooth extractions and surgery. 900 people came through yesterday to get free dental care, and organizers are expecting as many as a thousand people to come through today. this clip sick open to anyone willing to stand in line and get services. dental coverage is expensive. dental care even with insurance, can cost a lot. a lot of people are saying they put off the basic care and cleaning. >> you got rent and other things, and people sacrifice and say i need to do my rent but they sacrifice their health. and you have to take care of yourself. >> we're treating things that could have been prevented. that's always more expensive to treat than to prevent it. >> reporter: a dentist we spoke to said since state health insurance dentical dropped off
last year, they are seeing more people here. one of the things volunteers are doing is helping people sign up for medical and dental insurance before they leave to see if they qualify and they want to make sure people sees dentists more regularly. they will operate the clinic here until 3:00 this afternoon and they recommend that you get here early. thousands of people were turned away from a free clinic in oakland yesterday. people camped out overnight at the bridges to health event. in all, 3500 people showed up for help but only a thousand of them were able to get the dental and health care treatment because organizers say there was not enough time to get to everyone. and that seems to highlight the large numbers of people who
remain uninsured. nearly 1.5 million people signed up for health insurance through the coverage california exchange. but those who missed the march 31 deadline will have to wait until the enrollment period next fall. a deadly crash on 780 in benicia is under investigation. it happened after 12:30 near fifth street. chpsaid that a car lost control, slammed into a guardrail and hit another car causing that vehicle to plunge 20 feet off the highway. a woman in the car that went off the highway was not seriously hurt. the driver that hit the guardrail was killed and his two passengers suffered minor injuries. chp said thole alcohol and speed may have played a role in a carb that killed two people in menlo park on southbound 101 at the willow road off-ramp. the car may have been speeding and went off the ramp and went into trees. the lanes that were closed have
since reopened. two burglars in concord got more than they expected when the 71-year-old man lives there took action. he decided to run after them when they took off with his rifle. the former postal carrier said he did not want the rifle out on the streets and in the wrong happens. >> if he didn't drop that, i was gonna catch him. so he just dropped it. i took a drive at him and kissed the driveway and hurt myself a bit but i'm all right. >> utley recovered his firearms and most of his belongings. they believe that the two men targeted another home around the corner. thousands of people are walking through the streets of san francisco to raise awareness about premature babys and also in san jose and pleasantton. the march of dimes program impacts 500,000 babies each year, and statewide, nearly 53,000 people are expected to
participate in the walk which is expected to bring in $9 million for research. here in the bay area, nearly 64,000 babies are born every year. out of those babies, more than 5800 are born prematurely, and 288 of them do not live to see their first birthday. in about an hour from now, menlo park will hold a grand openinger is mopey for the newest police station, part of a $140,000 project paid for by facebook. the social media giant is building its new campus a few blocks away. some people in the community say they are concerned that police may now give facebook employees special treatment. the mayor said the new station can only be a positive. >> this is more than a like. this means so much to the community. it can't be expressed. >> it allowed us to say we do have resources to do things that we maybe otherwise wouldn't have. >> facebook is contributing
$200,000 a year to police officers just for schools, and new security cameras are being set up that can be monitored by police and the public in the through space. and new information about suspicious activity and students with their instagram accounts that happened in january and february. but it's just now being reported by the students. they are warning parentses to talk to their children about people sending requests to share inappropriate photos through social media. the investigation is extensive and requires a lot of cooperate raising from victims and social media companies and are asking anyone with information regardinged incidents to call them. the drug enforcement administration is launching a prescription drug takeback today. getting rid of expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs will help to prevent bill abuse. the drop offs are free and
anonymous but only liquids and patchs and pills are accepted. shark fans will be cheering on the sharks tonight hoping they advance to the western conference semifinals. they will try to eliminate the los angeles kings after a commanding three-game lead, and the kings avoided a sweep with a 6-3 win. game 5 tonight in san jose. down 2 games to 1, the warriors will take on the clippers tomorrow in game 4 of the nba playoff series. the team is taking advantage of the playoff run to help some disadvantaged children with a youth employment program to develop job skills for at-risk teens. they are putting yellow shirts on each of the 19,000 seats at
the arena for fans to wear and cheer on the warriors. meanwhile, the warriors are contemplating a name change, building a new arena in san francisco's mission bay. now, they are considering switching back to the san francisco warriors. they will ask fans for input on the idea. the san francisco department is teaming up with the california highway patrol. coming up, the goal they are trying to reach to keep people safe. >> and the message to help people on and off the battle field. >> it was a cold start to the day. for the afternoon, temperatures will be running below average. i'll be updating the numbers for saturday and tracking a return of wet weather to our area by tonight. more on that coming up.
strong currents are causing problems with the ferry recovery efforts. the ship is at the bottom of the sea which is 248 feet deep in the area. the water is murky and cluttered with debris. 187 bodies have been recovered but there are still 115 people still missing and presumed dead. authorities have not yet ruled out what caused that crash, but they have arrested 15 crew
members including the ferry captain. president obama is reaffirming america's alliance with south korea and spoke to troops in seoul. he criticized north korea for developing nuclear weapons and threatening behavior towards south korea. he is continuing his tour with a stop in malaysia. he is the first u.s. president to visit malaysia in nearly 50 years. an army veteran who grew up in the east bay came back home to visit and received a hero's welcome. army staff srming ty carter is the fifth living recipient of a medal of honor for action in iraq or afghanistan and was awarded with the nation's highest award last year by president obama for his bravery during a battle in afghanistan in 2009. he said he suffered from post- traumatic stress disorder and is speaking out about it.
>> you see the bad things going but the good things, there are bad and good all around you, and maybe you should focus on the good things. >> receiving the medal of honor means that the military will not be sending carter back into harm's way. carter said his new battle will focus on helping the veterans here at home. the work of the coast guard is recognized in san francisco. pier 39 is celebrating coast guard appreciation day from noon to 4:00 p.m. organizers want to thank the men and women of the coast guard and recognize their service to the community. more than 4,000 members of the coast guard are based in the region. pier 39 festivities include a proclamation and demonstration from rescue crews. virgin america is expanding service out of dallas including flights to and from sfo. it will sell between dallas, will a qawrdia, ronald reagan,
lax, and they are in the process of getting two gates at lovefield. this announcement comes one month after the airline announced it would be ending service out of mineta-san jose international airport. it offered non-stop flights to los angeles for less than a year. they are expected to end next month. taco bell is serving up a new restaurant idea and plans to open u.s. taco company in huntington beach and include items such as the mexican car pom, a vanilla shake with guinness, tequila, caramel sauce, and chocolate flakes. wow, and also, steak fries and tacos made like philly cheesesteaks and southern fried chicken. if it's a hit, the ceo said dozens more could be on the way. all right. it's 9. 17. guess what else is on the way? more rain and really warm
temperatures coming our way. looking forward to that. >> near 90 degrees; right? some of us craving the warm weather. we had a nice warm up at the beginning of april but perhaps not this warm. we'll show that you in the extended forecast. but for today, we'll be below the seasonal average and giving you a live look at the oakland area and pointing towards the east, a mix of sun and clouds and partly cloudy for most of the morning and afternoon and increasing clouds as we get into the this evening. we have more rain on the way. this system not as strong as yesterday's system with a few thunderstorms and hail and downpours, but here it is right here and it will be moving in true the course of the afternoon. the clouds will be first, and then tonight, the rain moves in, between 10:00 and 11:00 and then sleet and we'll have lingering showers for sunday morning. we'll pick this up this afternoon, mostly cloudy and dry with a line of rain north
over northern california. by 10:00 or so, we begin to see a few light showers popping up over the bay area. if you have evening plans, consider this. if you don't, you may not even need your umbrella tomorrow morning, a few scattered showers and mostly cloudy, and the showers are winding down, but we don't clear out until 11:00, maybe lunchtime. i'm going to leave in the possibly of may be a few hit-or- miss showers until we finally clear these clouds out. it will be a little moist for tomorrow morning, and that's where we go from today to tomorrow. the temperatures right now, 45 in antioch, 51 in concord, 51 in hayward. 51 in areas like livermore for the afternoon and again, turning mostly cloudy by the second half. low to mid-60s in the forecast for the bay area and the inland communities, and then as we get into the evening hour, mostly cloudy and cool and breezy. 65 in novato.
and 63 in berkeley and oakland. upper 50s in san francisco. giants playing this afternoon. partly to mostly cloudy skies. and a cool, breezy day. 64 san jose. mid-60s morgan hill. 64, santa cruz and half moon bay, 58 for the afternoon. the extended forecast with the bay area weekend always in view, showers late tonight and early tomorrow and most of us getting less than .1", not a lot. but with the drought weather or drought conditions i should say, we will take what we can get. notice this, a nice jump on monday, and then a significant soar into the afternoonings, upper 80s to near 90 tuesday and wednesday for the inland communities. the bay, upper 70s and low 80s and low 70s for the coast. back to the desk. >> with the rain in the bay area, there was plenty of snow in the sierra but not everyone was prepared for it after a fairly dry winter. many people say they thought
the snow was over. yesterday, some places saw more than a foot of fresh powder. some people say they were looking for places to ski and snowboard but many have already shut down. the owner of anley an -- an el cerrito cafe shot in front of his family, and now, new plans. >> and up next, the ordinary item that this dog stepped on that pg&e said should not have had an electric charge. female announcer: sleep train's interest free for 3 event
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police in connecticut are investigating whether turning down a prom date is the relationship a 16-year-old girl is dead. maren sanchez was stabbed to death yesterday morning at her high school. a 16-year-old boy has been charged with murder and is due in court monday morning and could be charged as an adult. police are looking into reports that sanchez declined to be the
suspect's date for junior prom that was supposed to be held last night but was postponed following the stabbing. despite prom being postponed, friends of sanchez gathered for a beach in connecticut dressed for the big dance in tuxes and evening gowns. many were in purple, the color of the dress sanchez was supposed to have been worn and they released 20 balloons in her honor. a 73-year-old woman was killed after an suv drove into an ice cream shop in orange county. an elderly man accidentally put his car into drive instead of reverse. he drove into a crowd, and several people were hurt including an 11-year-old boy, 12-year-old girl and 13-year- old girl. >> there was like three people sitting on the bench and just went straight into them and crushed them. >> neither the driver nor the passenger was hurt. the driver stayed and
cooperated with police and was not immediately cited. a teacher in houston, texas is accused of giving a student a lap dance for his birthday in front of the class. 42-year-old felicia smith is charged with having an inproper relationship with a student. prosecutors say after she performed the lap dance she told the 15-year-old boy, i loaf you, baby, and wished him happy birthday. >> i don't think that's appropriate. >> a middle school teacher? she has never done anything wrong. she taught really nice. everybody learned. >> smith has been placed on leave with pay. the school district released a statement saying that the allegations are taken seriously. her bail set at $30,000. packing up their pompoms in buffalo. the team will not have
cheerleaders this year for the buffalo team after five former cheerleaders filed a lawsuit claiming sexual harassment and lack of pay. the squad called themselves the buffalo jills. each cheerleader received less than $8 an hour, and this comes on the heels of several oakland raiderettes suing over low wages. a dog is fighting for his life and his owner demanding answers. she was walking in the area of 24th street yesterday when mickey put his paws on a metal grate and was shocked. a man heard the noise and tried to jump in to help but when he put his happens on the dog's metal collar, he was shocked, too. >> i'm devastated. how would you feel if you watched your child suffer? >> mickey was rushed to a vet hospital and the vet found fluid in his lungs and said there is a possibility he may
not make it. a pg and e spokesman said that crews put a temporary low- voltage cable inside the box three weeks ago. the utility company said it's still not sure how the plate got charged. up next, commuters, anxiously awaiting the bart connector to the airport. >> and 10 home burglaries, the message people are using to break in. police are convinced the crimes are connected. >> dry today and wet this evening. a look at the next system and pinpoint where you can expect it in your area, and we will have your temperatures for saturday coming up. bulldog: [yawning] it's finally morning!
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afternoon. temperature wise, we are climbing, upper 40s to upper 50s around the region and starting with antioch, 58 and 52 in livermore, and 54 in oakland, and 52 half moon bay and 53 redwood city. let's head north where we're trailing behind in the 40s. upper 40s in novato. 49, petaluma. temperatures are continuing to climb, and toward the afternoon, partly cloudy and turning mostly cloudy ahead of another system that will bring us rain tonight into tomorrow morning. going to see the giants play? 59degrees and the breeze will with be us, 10 to 15 miles per hour. here's a look around. 64 for vallejo today and 63 for oakland and redwood city. 64, san jose. 66 in antioch, and low to mid- 60s over part of the north bay and the clouds with us for the evening, and then the rain moves in. i'll show that you in the
futurecast, how long it will last and a big warm up coming our way. dentists are volunteering their time to give away free dental treatment at the solano county fairgrounds. allie rasmus is live where hundreds have already arrived. >> reporter: mike, a lot of people avoid going to the dentist, dread going, but that's not the case for the people here today. look behind us. a lot of activity is going on. just about all the people you see in the dental chairs are getting their work done. they say they are glad to be here and ged much-needed dental care, that, in some cases, they have been waiting for for years. there are close to 400 dental hygientists giving people cleaning and in the back, there are 400 volunteer dentists doing fillings and tooth extractions as part of a free
dental clinic. 900 people came through yesterday and the dental clinic is organized by the dental association. one woman said before today, she hadn't been for three years and found out she has an infection down to her gum and had her tooth extracted, and her son had to have his teeth pulled, too. we asked why so long to get treatment. >> i have insurance but can't afford to pay for the deductible. i can't afford it. it's rough. being a single mom with three kids, i can't do it. >> a lot of people, their self esteem is built on their smile. so for them to have healthy teeth would mean a lot to them. for them not to get it done is
really bad. >> reporter: we talked to a dentist out here would told us ever since medi-cal dropped dental coverage for adults five years ago, he has seen a lot of patients put off basic treatment for years because they can't afford it. medi-cal is bringing back coverage next month, and one of the things volunteers are doing is helping things sign up for medical and dental insurance and make sure they will see a dentist regularly after they leave the building today. this work, as you can see, is going on right now and will go on for the rest of the afternoon. anyone who wants to take advantage can come over to the solano county fairgrounds. it's first come, first serve. so if you want come down here, do that as soon as you can. san jose state football coaches say they have no doubt that a player seriously injured in an apartment fire will return to action. jared leaf is a linebacker and
an actor who performed in "tigers be still," the school play. he suffered second-degree burns on wednesday night. he is very close to his 74-year- old grandfather who is planning to visit him in the hospital again today. >> very helpful. came over and helped me with the yard and things like that, and if i ever needed him for anything. he is always here. >> his current and former teammates have posted messages on social media, and there is a fundraising drive to help him and his roommates who all lost their belongings in the fire. the santa clara district attorney's office said that a police officer who shot and killed a murder suspect last year acted within the law. according to the report, 26- year-old elijas mejia tried to
run the officer over as the officer tried to pull him over. the report said that the officer made eye contact with mejia and told him to stop, and that's when he reportedly revved the engine and moved towards the officer. that's when the officer opened fire. lowsalitiy on police are investigating 10 burglaries that happened in the last few weeks. the burglars seemed to be entering the homes by prying open the doors or going through uplocked side doors. in two case, they stole the garage door opener. >> it's somewhat of an affluent community. why are burglar, if you want to call them that, out casing the neighborhood? scares me. >> police say they are looking at the arrest of two men last yeek in santa clara for a possible connection. a tech ceo from marin county has been arrested for allegedly attacking a driver in
mill valley. 40-year-old jeff smock was riding his bike when it happened. he attacked a 55-year-old man claiming that the man struck his bike, and witnesses say he kept beating the man after the driver was down on the ground. it happened on april 15th, and there he is. no word on the current condition of the driver. the arraignment for an elderly daly city man accused of attempted pre-med tated murder is delayed until may 1. he made a first court appearance yesterday in redwood city, and cameras were not allowed inside. the district attorney said on wednesday, the defendant went into a daly city medical building looking to kill his former doctor. according to the criminal complaint, he approached dr. dr. kevin wong in the building. >> went up and said you gave me a shot a couple years ago, and i'm still in pain. that's when out came the
handgun. >> the da said that the does wasn't hurt as he ran from his former patient. the 84-year-old is requesting a court-appointed attorney. the judge did not set bail. the jury nurse a peeking trial said they are split 11-1. the man was accused of peeking in on people while in his under wear. the woman whose window was tampered with testified she was terrified. trial watchers are not sure what the political future holds no matter what the verdict. >> he has become a little arrogant and full of himself? yes. did i dislike him? no. did i want to work with him? yes do i still want to work with him? yes in the interest of the public. >> the conviction could bring six months in jail and a $1,000 fine. if the jury remains split, they
may be instructed to consider attempted peeking as long as the da and defense agree to it. the judge has asked them to come back on monday and continue to try for a verdict. police are searching for the vandals that targeted dozens of vehicles and houses. someone used rocks and other objects to smash windows on cars, trucks, and several houses across southeast south antioch neighborhoods. >> it's stupid and senseless. >> i don't know what to say. >> the damage is estimated in the tens of thousands of dollars temperature -- and if you have information, you are asked to all the antioch police. bart is proposing a new budget that places a heavier
emphasis on safety planning to spend $851 in the next fiscal year that starts in july. the proposal includes a 7% increase or $56 million for safety improvements following the deaths of two workers hit by a train in october. the money would come from increased ridership and a sales tax revenue. there is a dispute over bart's plan for diesel trains in eastern contra costa county. a $58 million contract was awarded to a swiss company to make eight diesel railcars. the service will run from the pittsburg bay point stiegz a new antioch station. but critics say that it should remain fully electrical and green rather than rely on fossil fuel for a couple new cars. and the riders and transit agency could be paying more for
the bart connection to the airport in oakland. bart would still have to cover a $15 million shortfall over two years. the san francisco police department and california highway patrol are teaming up to help cut down the number of traffic deaths in the city. they are calling the program vision zero. it launched on wednesday, and organizers say that the goal is to have zero traffic deaths by 2024. officers issued a total of 126 citations on wednesday. many violations included texting while driving, running red lights and failing to give people who are walking the right of way. making sure every drop of water in california doesn't go to waste, the governor's new order to fight the drought and impacts. >> and frustrations over a popular hot sauce company in los angeles. the next move now that the owner is fed up with red tape.
[mom and dad] [laughing] [boy] whoa,whoa,whoa... [mom] you've got two left feet,boo. people in jackson, wyoming might be able to get back in their homes soon. 42 homes and apartments were evacuated on april 9 because of a slow-moving landslide. 400tons of dirt and concrete blocks are put in place to try and stop the slide. if that works and a temporary road holds, people could be allowed in next week. last week, a surge in movement tore one house into two.
the 49ers are standing strong behind quarterback colin kaepernick. a woman claims that she partied with the players but did not know how she ended up in the hospital. kaepernick insisted he did nothing wrong. harbaugh said "at some point there, needs to be a resolution some of this. jumped the gun. i hate to see his reputation be the victim." the general manager said that the team hopes aldon smith will continue to play for the 49ers. smith was arrested at lax for an alleged bomb threat. he is one of several player who is have had runins with the law. >> we have had a few off-field transgressions that we're disappointed in, but so are the players. the players are disappointed
that they put themselves and the team in the position we're in. >> trent baalke said they would like to keep smith but they are mulling over whether to pick up the $10 million option. today marks seven years since the owner of the red onion cafe in el cerrito was gunned down in front of his employees and his wife. >> the most horrible experience that somebody can face. he died in my arms. >> sylvia figueroa said on april 26, 2007, armed robbers took over the restaurant and forced the workers to open the safe and shot and killed her husband, alfredo. >> we meet all the demands that they -- but somehow, they still, you know, kill him. >> alfredo also worked at west coast fab in richmond, and his former co-workers yesterday did
what they do every year to mark the anniversary of his death. they shut down his shop and went to the red onion for lunch. >> you talk about an immigrant that comes here to live the american dream, that's alfredo, and sylvia is carrying that on. >> there is a reward offered for any information leading to an arrest, and his wife is hoping to open a second red onion cafe to, she said, carry on the business her husband died trying to protect. after months of battling with irwindale, california, the founder of a popular hot dog said he is considering a move because of the strong smell coming in from the factory. the irwindale city council passed a public nuisance resolution against the c ompany,sricha. a top contender is kern count yes 600 acres of the spicy red
jalapeno peppers are grown. the factory needs to be within two hours' drive. >> don't want them to sit for a long time. we know we are within a two- hour drive of the facility. >> the company sold $60 million last year, and kern county officials say it's a big business that would bring in a lot of jobs and it would take months before a decision is made. all right. time is 9:48. chpin marin tweeted earlier it's that time of year. >> ducks. >> ducks crossing the road. if you're out there, be careful. it's springtime. >> enjoy the sunshine as well because we have changes coming our way. giving you a live look outside the doors and a mix of sun and clouds, and we eventually will be turning mostly cloudy once again ahead of a weak system that would bring us rain late tonight. let's take a look at stormtracker 2. the system that
brought us rain yesterday now in the desert southwest with a spin moving through on into arizona and upstream, here we go. another system that will bring us rain late tonight into sunday morning. but for today, by the afternoon, you are anything to notice the changes coming our way as we transition into a mostly cloudy day. today, partly cloudy early and mostly cloudy in the afternoon and running below average for this time of year. we won't have wet weather for the afternoon and late tonight, it will impact those of us who have evening plans by 10:00, 11:00, moves in. and for sunday morning, if you have plans early sunday, mostly cloudy and a chance for scattered showers will remain in the forecast through the morning hours and then we dry out with a mix of sun and clouds for the second half of sunday, and temperatures tomorrow will be warmer than today. take a look at the forecast model here. this will serve as an accumulator as well as telling us when it will arrive.
there is the green still on the north end of sonoma county. by 10:00, 11 11:00, it fills in, and while we sleep, it moves through the bay area. we are not going to see as much rain as yesterday but we will get ." -- .1" or less. areas around antioch reporting mid to upper 50s. afternoon highs for today, 66 for antioch. 63 for oak lain, and a cool day in the city of san francisco if you are heading in that direction and along the coast, upper 60s. pacifica and half moon bay, cool there. and mid-60s in morgan hill. we'll be dry today, rain moving in late tonight into tomorrow morning and drying out sunday. temperatures began to climb and
then a dramatic jump. take a look at the numbers, tuesday into wednesday, upper 80s to near 90 for the inland communities and upper 70sto low 80s along the bay and the coast, loaf 70s. back to the desk. governor brown has issued an executive order on california's drought that includes new conservation rules. this comes as the current reading shows the state's water content in the central sierra below normal. the governor said that the dryest years are still ahead meaning that the drought will get worse. he is you remembering golf courses, parks, and schools to irrigate less making it easier for cal fire to buy equipment and homeowners to buy brush and homeowner associations can fine homeowners if they don't preserve water. >> i'm glad no one will get
fined. i would want my money back. >> the ordereds an increase of restoration of habitats to help fish sure verify. the research lawyers do on potential juriors and the new guidelines around social media and the courts. >> i never met those people, but they seem little -- . [whistles] into and people in florida are sharing their neighborhood with two 7-foot alligators. female announcer: get three years interest-free financing
landscaping, and picking up litter and removing graffiti. the american bar association has set social media guidelines for the first time. in an age of tweeting and posting on facebook, the rules aim to draw new lines on what jurors, lawyers, and judges can do online. an attorney for the ethics committee for the state bar of california said that online interactions are leading to problems for courtroom jury trials. >> a famous judge involving a judge in north carolina who friended one of the lawyers in the case during the trial. >> one of the guidelines said that a lawyer can look up the juror's social media pages but not send a friend request. swimming legend michael phelps is officially jumping right back into the pool and out of retirement. but he pailed to advance in the 50-meter freestyle final in mesa, arizona. the 18-time olympic gold
medalist finished 7th. it's a move that is expected to be the first step towards participating in the 2016 olympic games. thrillseekers looking to take on the world's tallest water slide should head over to kansas city, missouri. there she is. it just added a new 1 indicate- foot high slide that involves a four-person raft that slide downs a sphene -- 17-story structure. it takes just 11 seconds to get to the bottom. two 7-foot al gators are living in a florida neighborhood, and for now, they will stay put. they have been living as house pets for the past several years. the city ordnance does not allow gators to be kept as pets, but the owners are on vacation, so the gators are temporarily allowed to stay.
>> in my opinion, the al gators do not pose a threat from escaping from the property or pose any immediate danger to the general public and appear quite healthy. >> just hanging out, aren't they? the fish and game department said that the owner will have the option of keeping them but he will have to find a bigger property to house them. the chp, as we said, was tweeting about ducks on the roads, and someone from the newsroom saw someone was helping to rescue baby ducks in the storm drain in our parking lot. check out the cute ducks, stuck in the storm drain. thank you, ellen, for helping to pull them out. she wanted to bring you the babies with their mother, and she did. 1 last check with rosemary tow see how the rest of our day is shaping. >> way to go, ellen.
a good-looking start to the day and increasing clouds and showers will last into tomorrow morning and then we dry out sunday afternoon and wowza, take a look at what's on the way for the week ahead, temperatures warming from the upper 80s to near 90 and toasty inland. haven't said that in a while. >> toasty. i like it, and tomorrow, opening day on the bay. so we will get the showers out of here, and everyone with the boat or an opportunity to go with machine will be out there. thank you, rosemary. that is our report, and we appreciate you making ktvu your choice for the news. >> have a great day, everyone.
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